Royal Caribbean Cruises announced Tuesday they're uncertain what this travel ban means for the future of their Cuban visits.
The moves follow U.S. claims that its officials in Havana have suffered serious harm from "sonic attacks."
The president has invoked "God's help" to free Cuba, but religious leaders disagree with his new policy. And they aren't the only ones.
Cuba's Castro chapter is coming to a close.
Market forces and economic needs may lead to further engagement, despite Republicans' criticism of Obama's diplomacy.
The large Cuban-American community is fully capable of integrating the newcomers.
The obstacles include an economy tightly controlled by a one-party state, the lack of the rule of law and a people whose purchasing power is $20 a month.
"You do not need to fear the different voices of the Cuban people," Obama said in his keynote speech Tuesday.
Raúl Castro meets the free press.
The concert is part of an effort to improve cultural ties between the two countries.
Only the U.S. and Israel voted in favor of the decades-long embargo.
By designating Cuba an 'enemy' under the law, Obama gives himself greater freedom to loosen sanctions against the Communist country.
An agreement would be the most significant expansion of toursim between the two countries in more than 50 years.
The historic moment came after more than five decades of hostility.
Americans have not maintained an embassy in Havana since January 1961.
Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Cuba on August 14 to raise the American flag in Havana.
For the first time in 54 years, the Cuban flag flew in Washington, D.C., on Monday morning.
The two countries will restore full diplomatic relations by July 20.